I probably visit Net-A-Porter's site everyday, even if I can't afford 90% of the clothing on it(though they have been stocking some great mid-priced lines lately). Besides clothing, they also have a little online magazine that has great inspirational images.
I'm in love with Olivia Palermo's cardigan in that picture, actually the whole outfit is spot on for me.
I'm still working on finding the perfect trench, which Alexa Chung seems to have in abundance. I think I'm too fixated on it being vintage, and I need to broaden my search.
I love these dreamy, passionate videos directed by Stephanie Di Gusto for Vanessa Bruno. This is the second installment, part of a video poem series starring Lou Doillon, who is a favorite of this site.
I've been holding off blogging about this editorial because it was in a new issue, but since Lucky has put it online, I thought I would post it now. Which begs another question, but we'll save that for another time. I've been thinking about starting a day where we discuss topics in fashion and home.
So back to this editorial, as Lady Gaga says, I love it. Not that flower prints or mixing patterns is new, but the size of the print and pattern tend to change, along with the general mood of the time. This one is more relaxed, with a quirkier feel.
There are actually several things I enjoyed in the February issue, like the Lucky Sexy guide(not tacky as the title may imply). It is more of a companion piece to their books, which shows real girl(though celebrity) style pictures mixed in.
Side Note: How much does this model look like Keira Knightley?
I usually detest cork bottom shoes, but I might make an allowance for this Nine West pair. The 70's orange color looks great paired with thick grey tights.
Stripes mixed with flowers, reminds me of Biba. Oh, and I'll take the legs too, thanks!
The D&G rosebud pants are a bit twee, but I secretly love them.
More twee pants that recall tiny Liberty and calico prints.
This royal blue paired with coral combination is something I would like to play around with in my wardrobe.
I feel the way model Caroline Winberg looks in this photo. Perhaps her look of stress is from leaving the house thinking she looked pretty and realizing too late you can see her underwear through the dress. We've all been there.
I'm juggling my own balls of stress right now, but most of all I'm suffering from wanderlust. So ready for an adventure and new inspirations. I'm hoping I get some of my bounce back this weekend. We are going out of town to visit my grandmother and cuddle a barrel of monkeys that always brighten my day with their little gems.
Oh, and as for the outfit above, I love it minus the peekaboo undies. Spring, please get here soon!
Image created by Moodboard/Marie Claire Magazine February 2010/Photographer: David Oldham